The report confirms ball team was told students could die otherwise

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There are new details emerging about the conflict that developed when the Los Angeles Dodgers decided to honor the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” for their mockery of the Catholic faith, then disinvited them, then restored them to the list of candidates for awards.

For instance, the team was told that if it failed to honor the often X-rated drag queens, students could die.

It is the Free Beacon that revealed, “A powerful California teachers’ union was part of a successful pressure campaign to get the Los Angeles Dodgers to re-invite a group of drag queen nuns to the team’s annual Pride Night. The union suggested that LGBT students’ lives were at stake.”

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The statement from the California Teachers Association warned, “At a time when LGBTQ+ rights are under attack across the country with more than 400 pieces of legislation filed in states, at a time when 45 percent of LGBTQ+ youth report seriously considering committing suicide each year, we should be leading with love and inclusion in California rather than sowing division.

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